Maliki Fiqh – Part 6

Hamza Yusuf

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Some a lot

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of the time we, we went over the prayer times, so I'm going to just quickly go over the terminology. So

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the two times that the malloc is divided into the first time is called Malta, which means you have the choice from Tara Tara to choose for yourself. So it's a convenience time. The best time to pray for the hub, which is generally considered the first prayer is when the shadow reaches there are which is from here to here. So if you take the the hole, like right now it's two and a half feet, and you add that much time, which is usually about it's an hour. So generally the Maliki's delay the hook, which is why if you live in America, if you live in Mauritania, they don't create the hook till about 230 on average, even though it comes in at about

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maybe like one o'clock so they delay it which is nice because the time from fudger until the heart is time for work and so it kind of frees you from the obligations of prayer to be doing what you're doing so it's uninterrupted work.

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There are is from your elbow to the tip of your

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thumb

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as well as waiting for the syllable

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The ibrid also good point yeah, it brought his maneuver as well which is to let the that midday period which is the hottest period to cool off. So it's a good point because they the abroad is mentioned in the books.

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We just don't that's not really much of an issue in you know, I mean, if you're in Ecuador, Kazakh Sudan, you go out at 1230 and you have a heat stroke by the time you get to the masjid. So that that's that's the point of just letting people let it cool off. And then the bowtie time. Is

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is the for the horror begins at our time. So once officers come in, given a short window of the Moshtarak time, the shared time, once all sort of comes in, you're now in the odd time of the heart. So if you don't pray, what if you wait, delay the horror until after it's sinful? Unless you're doing Moshtarak, which is to pray the two at this at the walk to mush, Tara. But if you delay it, it's sinful. And then, you know, you should say I stopped for the law like Toba for that feel remorse. And then the door or the time of the hole is up to the time that you can pray the whore one rocket of officer, and the sun hasn't gone down yet.

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That's about all the time. So as long as you've done that, you're in a you're in a debt not called La. That is the the performance of the PR in its time, Paul is making up a missed prayer. So Allah is like a, you know,

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it's, it's, you're not praying the hard you're doing all of

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this is so the heart is gone. You missed it. So a BA is just making up something

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that you've missed.

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Mm hmm.

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You? Well, it's a good question. The if you say, it's better to distinguish between them. But you know, as long as you make if you if you're doubtful, then you make a debt. So for instance, if you get up for

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fudger, and it's fall time, but but you don't know has the sun actually come up, you can pray it at that end, and and you get the first valid. If you don't know, if you know, then you should distinguish between the NEA. So you should say at the heart and in your heart that you're making it up. All right. If you didn't, it's valid as long as you you know, you the person that you wouldn't have to make it up again.

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I know and you're doing it. You should make the knee of Papa not at that. But if you did the prayers, Val, you don't have to make it up. You see what I mean? Yeah.

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It'll be missed completely after the time that you cannot pray one rakaat. So even if you prayed the heart before the sun went down, but by the time you're done with the heart, you don't have enough time to do one rakata Vasa, it wasn't the whole it was

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because the you're out of the time, the time includes enough time to pray answer.

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And then also medics have taught T. Unlike the other methods, you have to pray

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the the prayers in their proper orders, you can't pray also first and then the whole of you come into a message they're praying. And you like shafa is you can pray with them and then pray the heart. You can't do that in Maliki, you have to pray, according to the Nia, of the Imam, and in the order of the prayer, unless you owe five or more prayers, and then then you can you can do it like that. But we'll deal with that when we get to the

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mate, the person you owe.

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Yeah, if you if you if it's like you don't know, first of all, in monex madhhab, there shouldn't be more than one jemar in msgid. Like the idea, he says you should go in and pray separately, you shouldn't actually make a second Gemma in a place like this, it would be okay because everybody knows everybody. But his reasoning is it gives an opportunity from obtenga who don't want to pray with the rotted. So you might be from a group that doesn't agree with the Imam. So you just happen to be late every day for the prayers and you create your own agenda. That was his fear.

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Anytime Yeah, you should only have one Gemma in a Masjid that prays five prayers a day urata. Other than that, he said you should just come in and pray separately. It also encourages if you think about it, you know, not being lazy about going to the machine. Because if you can always get the Gemini in the masjid, you're not really going to be very diligent about the prayer time or some people won't. So, but that's definitely true. His fear has I've seen that. There's people that when they go into a machine and they see who the mom is like his beard is not long enough or you know, whatever they

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they, they pray a second Gemma.

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So if you come in and you don't know that the knee of the Imam you shouldn't pray with them according to him. The other thing is, even in patrolling prayers, Malik prefers you, you if you go into a Masjid and you're doing traveling prayers, you should do the traveling person not pray with the Gema the exception that amalickiah Allah make not magic, but the exception that the Malaka Anima make unless it's a well known righteous email. So if it's somebody who's known for Salah, and then there's a blessing and praying behind them, then you pray behind them and do four rockets not stop after two which some people do and I don't know if that's an opinion, but in Maliki, it's not valid.

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Because you could go in and they're praying to Him and they're actually doing the whole analysis or combining it and they're in ossur prayer and you think they're praying the whole

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why

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no, it's not it's the whole time they're bringing us her forward

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not if there's a second Gemma you see what I mean? If it's still rotted Gemma Yeah, then it's your if you're there the whole time I'm talking about other Gemini which people will go in

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because the man prays up front in them

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you know, it's my crude to pray in the mirror up other than the rotted but people don't know that. You know, but generally, I mean the the Juma prayer you generally know and there's usually a little

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prayer time like thing up there the hard 115 also 320. So you could just look and check your clock.

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So

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and then the is the the also time comes in. When you have the fate which is what

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residual shadow from the walk that is still the str time which is 90 degree angle so the sun comes up goes up when it reaches 90

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degree and got me It might be in the southern hemisphere, but in relationship to the two horizons 180 degrees, it's midpoint. So maybe it's down here. And so you have a residual shadow the fate, which is a long what's leftover, and that is facing initially do North always do north. So if you have a compass, you can see if the shadows decreasing, you're still in the pre

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meridian time anti Meridian, if it's increasing, you're in the post meridian. Alright, so you can check with a stick or with your feet, however you want to check. So once that begins to move the horse in, it keeps moving, moving, moving until it reaches

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that whatever you're measuring with the height of what you're measuring it. So if it's a stick, that's five feet, when the chatter reaches five feet, plus whatever the fate was the residual, then that's also time, it's now the dot Ori of the whole time, that will continue on until right before sunset. But the Dory of answer is when there's a discernible change in the coloring the the coloring of you know, the quality of the it's called is feraud which means yellowing there you can see it, there's a quality, there's a change if you look on buildings, you'll see a change in the in the it's not that brilliant

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yell brightness that doesn't have any hue. It's it's a change. So

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I mean, I would you know in our in our climes, as long as it's like an hour before sunset hour and a half before sunset, you should be okay. But if once you're getting close to sunset, it's bad. You know, you don't want to do that. And it's a sign of NEPA.

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Yeah.

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You know, there's a hadith that says shaitaan, that the sun goes down between the two horns of shaitaan. There's a very interesting phenomenon in the Sahara Desert, which

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I tried to find it but there's there's a National Geographic that has it. If somebody finds it for me, I'd appreciate it. There's a phenomenon in the middle of the Sahara Desert, which is a it's a horn phenomenon. It's amazing. Because these two horns still like the whole sky, just as the sun's going down. And you can always see it in one area and the song.

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It's two horns of light their fire, it looks just like fire. It's amazing.

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It's in National Geographic.

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years ago, and I couldn't find I went through all these National Geographics looking for it, you know, because it's one of those images you never forget. So where is it? But there's a phenomenon. It's a astronomical phenomenon, according to them. It's like an optical illusion. But it is amazing because they really are two horns that just go up. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, you know, the sun goes down between the two horns of chiffon, if you weren't finding that picture, because it's kind of a

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it's a citizen assign. Yeah.

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I don't. Yeah, I don't know. I did, you know, just I don't know.

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Yeah, that was Horace carried the sun across the sky. In their mythology, he did have horns. Yeah.

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Yeah.

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It's about praying when the sun is going down.

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You know, I mean, I would encourage kids to come in, you know, that's at desk.

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It's a

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it's definitely well, how's your pain is our pub, you know, poron says, you know, when the moon comes out, things.

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That's one of the meanings of that.

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There's definitely nighttime is when you know, that's when the vampires come out. I mean, people dark people go out at night. Most criminal activities in the nighttime. You know, I mean, just normally if you look police, no

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You talk to any police about the difference between day and night. I mean, that's what I say in broad daylight. It's like a shock for somebody to do something in broad daylight. You know, nighttime is the activity of the shell thing. I mean, it's,

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ya know, that's that I don't know anything. I've never seen any delille. For that it's kind of a, I think it's just a folk tradition, a lohana is a folk tradition, but it has a basis, which is, you know, it's time to come in, especially for children, they should learn that you don't want them kind of out there. Little kids. I mean, older kids are fine, you

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know, I mean, as long as you prayed,

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I wouldn't worry about that. Yeah. But the problem sighs him said, If you knew what I knew you wouldn't go out at night. That's a Hades. And I mean, if you knew what the police know, you wouldn't go out at night. I mean, it's, it's there's like, a common sense to that, as well as his metaphysical knowledge of what happens at night, because, you know, it's a different world at nighttime.

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And then, so the sdwa, we did that.

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And then the, the, the sunset is when the sun is completely gone from the orb. Now, the prophesied, Sam said, just revealed as this and fasting, but to let you know, the, he said, when when you see the night from here,

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coming and the day leaving from here, out of

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either upper baton, and later on and how hoonah so the upper body layer is there, there is a line of darkness that you will see on the eastern horizon, if you're in a place that you can see, the horizon is a line of darkness. it's it's it's a it's a gray color, but there's no orange, if you can still see orange on the horizon, the sun's not down, according to Philip.

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So when you start seeing that night, coming, and then on the eastern thing, you'll, you'll see that it the western, you'll see the the bar, so you have to abandon it, Bob, the udvar is that, you know, the the coloring that comes once the sun's gone down, you start seeing that sunset coloring. So there's actually those are the two discernible phenomena, the eastern phenomena, which is the graying of the horizon, and then the, the western, and it's very discernible. And And the thing about prayer times, you have to have the pain, you should not go into prayer time with what's called the audible version, unless you have

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a real reason for it. But it's better to delay your prayer,

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to get certainty than then to pray it before you actually get a reward for delaying that's like Ramadan, you know, it's people that want to hasten Ramadan, it's like you get a reward, if you're uncertain, you get a reward for delaying it, you know,

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you can't see it here. And that's why with the prayer times, if it's here,

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you know, I would give it some time, like 1520 minutes, it should be fine. I wouldn't do it right at the time, though.

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No,

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not to get certainty.

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It's, you get a reward.

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You know, my teachers in Mauritania that even though there were watches, they knew exactly when they knew the prayer was in, they wouldn't until they saw it.

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And I mean, you know, like, just from the seeing the crescent moon, it's such a different experience, to have the certainty

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you know, then just to hear it from somebody else.

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So, and then the sunset is until the shafique model, which is the red so it's not the Twilight, that is the hanafy and somebody pointed that out as it was good point. good reminder about the the madikwe.

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He comes in earlier and these pair schedules are done according to the Hanafi generally.

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The answer is not though because I've checked it The answer is is the first also not the second and then

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And then so the generally the mother is all about it, that's the way you should look at Mother, you should do it quickly, the Asia is to the first third of the night from Mother. So that four hour period in a, in an equinox, from mother observe mothers at six, right up to 10. So, so if mother comes in at six and goes out at 730, or seven, then from seven to 10, is the moqtada Isha, according to dominant, there's a strong opinion that it's the half of the night, so you'd actually go

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six hours.

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You know, I don't know that the amount of angle but what I would say is the chef up is dependent on where you are. So you're not going to have a uniform angle with that, it's just going to depend on where you are, the fudger

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you know, is also dependent on that, but the, you know, the middle of the earth is going to give you a reasonable, you know, acceptable reading for that. Whereas once you go into these east, Northern, the extreme northern, the extreme Southern climates, you're going to get, you know, it's just it differs because of the curvature of the earth

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in relation to where the sun is.

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But that's something you know, we should check

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about the angle and the shafique. How is well that can be determined. That's another one of those, you know?

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And then so the motto that Rory of negative and Asia is like the whole an answer, because you have to see Malik's philosophy here, he sees three prayer times.

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fudger is a single, that's why he calls it the middle prayer because it's between the two prayers of the day, the heart and also and the two prayers of the night mother and Asia. So he considers, you know, when Allah says, was sought out, there was PA, you know, happy to, like guard your prayers, and that middle prayer, the the woolsthorpe prayer for Malik his father,

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not an apostle. And he knew the Hadith and and Buhari, he was very aware of the Hadith and edible hottie. So it's not like Oh, he didn't know that. He knew that delille and that was also the opinion of emomali

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Bass who's the interpreter of the Quran, so it's not like a, you know, Sahaba who were there at, you know, high bar when they missed the prayer, they were there. So they knew they missed the prayer. And they knew the Prophet said that so.

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But that's his philosophy. That's why he keeps those prayers together. Because the Quran indicates that there's three prayer times not five in that way, even though there's five according to the sun. So the sun now has five those are the, the the times where it's so normal, aka that to pray in those times, right?

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Mm hmm.

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Yeah, that's what I was saying that that's what I just said now that the the mother and Aisha share a time worked Moshtarak and the whole and also share a time and they and, and the, the whole and Margaret times go all the way to the end of the Isha times in terms of add that so you If you prayed mother at three in the morning here, it would be a dad, it would not be a call.

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So say you fell asleep

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at seven o'clock.

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And you wake up, and this this has happened to me, like I've flown from Saudi Arabia here. And then you know, I'm just I've fallen asleep like at six in the afternoon, and I wake up at like, one o'clock in the morning I prayed mother that's happened to me before that prayer is that it's not about because you're still in the time. According to mo Matic not according to the other imams he's the most generous with the prayer times. Which is nice because the he sab on the times is in no salata can at the ultimate meaning a kitten mahkota you know, these are all in specific times and the first thing people are, are taken to account for is the prayer

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that is

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Is that you're performing it in the time. You fulfilled the time obligation. If it's called Ah, you have missed the prayer, the prayer is gone. The war ends at sunset with one record of also right before sunset, the horse over if you left it until that time. You You did not pray the horses over. This is what I mean. You're not praying the whole, you're doing a part of the whole you're making up the whole whereas if you made that time you're actually performing the whole in its time. It's still it's time even though it's not all the time. It's still it's time.

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Got it.

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Let's see.

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Okay.

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Yeah, it's it's called Ah, if you miss though, you definitely miss the officer.

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Yeah, because the only way you can miss the hole is by missing also.

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They do. Yeah. Which is the that time at the end of the shafique and the beginning of the Twilight, that's most Moshtarak. So if you pray Margaret, at that time, and join it with Aisha, it's my crew.

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You know, unless you did it for a valid reason

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that that is the dominant No, it's the total that is an opinion that the boat already begins at chop up some say and it's one of those things where there's really two opinions on it. So

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some say that that already begins when the adon goes the time is in and and the time it takes you to do will do and to prepare for the prayer and find a clean place that's that I mean, there's no more time that you have that time but and then it's not already

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and then some say no, that Matata is up to the chef up so as long as you've prayed it within the shop up, you're in the convenience time of muffins, so you have that time, unless you're breaking your fast and then it's the time I mean, not to have a meal like that that is a bidet to do what people do now, which is where they pretty much have their meal before Mother's Day. And then they pray that the sun is to have the dates and the water and that's sure that's enough. You know, they have a llama my thirst is gone. What 10 letter oak and my veins had been quenched, you know, with the sugar

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so then you pray but people now they have like a meal and, and

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had had it and that's okay. I mean to have a something light, you know, it's just not having the big meal. Where you know, I mean, if you have soup like some cultures have I'm gonna Dean you know, the different cultures do different things, they have sweets, whatever, that's fine, but it should be a light thing. It shouldn't be the you shouldn't be having the meal you should you should break the fast pray and then eat like that.

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That's because the time that the fasting only extends the time to break the fast

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that's fine, or a surgeon who's performing surgery and it's time I mean he even has he's got more the if it's if it's he's got a lot more leeway if it's saving life, you know, in all the higher then there's you have the leeway.

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So

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now we

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will go into the prayer.

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So the

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polka press Allah in Arabic

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comes from there's the debates about the the root of it but one of the meanings is to to burn up

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because the prayer burns up sins

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you know,

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say our Salah is

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Know that like in the Koran it uses your slop to burn a rose Sonos Li, you know? So So

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and then it's related also to connection connection it's your connection with Allah subhana wa.

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Salam is obviously different from da although salaat contains do

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prayer because in English we use prayer when they used to have aerations you know orations that was an older English word. I mean, there was a lot more

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older English has a lot of very specific terms. A lot of that's been lost. So in Arabic

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You know, prayer is specifically referring to, to that although it does mean to in the Quran.

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It can mean to Karanja

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like hola Johan de la Combe.

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The dua and in Osaka can second alarm, you know, your your prayer your is a repose for them the fact that the prophets making do so it used to mean that awesome. So the obligation to prayer are 16 according to

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the opening tech via which is tech VIERA to Iran. Iran is to enter into just like in hajj, when you enter into Iran, you're entering into a sanctified state, it has huruma the state has hormone. So when you enter into sanctified state, you're not supposed to be accosted, like, that's why you're not supposed to walk in front of people.

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That and also, during that time, you can't talk you can't there's You can't eat. You can't there's things you're not supposed to do. Because you're just like you have a ROM of has, there's certain things you can't do. Right? That's what a lot of my state, you know, I mean, that's why the Arabs called the women Halima. This is certain things she can't do that men can do. Right? You know, she's she's she's inviolable. In that way. She's to be protected. A stranger shouldn't come up to her and just start talking to her like, like he could a man because of the hormone associated with her. All right, so so that that's the idea of tech better than a bomb is you enter into a concentrated state.

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And then you have the pm standing upright during the opening tech be right, if you're able, obviously, and then intention for the prayer directly before or with the tech theater at home. So in your heart, if you have if you're what they call Mola, Swiss, if you have obsessional thoughts, if you if you forget all the time, like I can't remember, is this the heart or Also, if you're one of those people, I mean, there are people that have that problem, you know, send them a call. But if you do have that problem, then you say the NEA out loud,

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sought out of or out of Iraq ads, you know, follow up, whatever, praying and then so that you make that Nia of whatever prayer you're doing to complete default, and then you have recitation of Al Fatiha, which according to you, Mr. Malik is from Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. To the end, it does not include the menorah anon Rahim. And when we get to the macro heart of the prayer, the towers and Bismillah the best meta or mcru, according to Mr. Malik, to

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the Malik is go Allahu Akbar Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. So there's no if DITA there's no opening prayer, it's just directly into the Gita.

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No,

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but you say I mean, but it's not in the Fatiha

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and then reciting while standing, and then so, that those five relate to your standing position, and then you go into the, the the Roku, which is bowing your account needs to break the back or capital, you know, so, Roku is your, you know, the bowing of the back.

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And then Roku also

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when you when you when you do the, you know, the theater ROM is, I mean, if you did it like that a lot like Bob is, you know, to bring your hands as a sinner, but if you bring them up to the to the headwater monkey vein, you know, some of them have the ear like the honeybees have an ear. Monique is Hezbollah monkey vein, so it's, it's in parallel with the the shoulders, and then when you say Allahu Akbar, and then they go down, and then

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According to Sahil Buhari,

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had the disgruntled river llamada until everything goes to its natural resting place that's inside Buhari so the hands go to their natural resting place. And I'll get in the details for the Maliki for leaving the has the site which are very strong, they're not weak deals at all. They're very strong.

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It's not necessary like the whole adage, don't do it. You know, the cottage, the ball, the and the Hawaii cottage, did not do that. They just did. And they left their hands, their side and the Prophet praise their prayer. You praise the outward form of their prayer. So if you just came in and you said Allahu Akbar, it's valid to go into that, but this is a submit to do that. Allahu Akbar, someone says that a shadow of putting the world behind, you know, just a love like about like, everything other than God, I'm putting it behind me.

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What's that? No, cuz you go up first.

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Yeah, no, it's like that alone.

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So and then the, the, the prostration Sousou. In other humility. Also, just when you go into the ruku, right, we don't raise our hands again. And even though the Hadith is,

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is very strong for raising the hands, it's very strong. Both the mom chef Matic, Anna hanifa, knew the Hadeeth they both knew that they knew the strength of the Heidi, and yet they rejected the practice. And one of the reasons Zeb and Alma who relates the Hadith did not do it himself.

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So people you know that that's why it's such a mistake to think that you can just follow these hobbies like, you know, NASA dental l band is kind of view I'm going to choose for you these Hadees it is the strongest Hadeeth that that you do that every single time there's no doubt that Hades is incredibly strong 10 of the major Sahaba relate that Howdy. But

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Malik didn't find anybody in Medina from the Tabby in doing this, who lived with 10,000 Sahaba. It was not the practice of the people of Medina. So he said, I'm not going to take a solitary Hadeeth when I'm living with all these people that prayed with the Sahaba, who prayed with the Prophet according to the last period of his prayer, and they didn't do that. And that's Malik's methodology. The Hadith are not if they're not mutawatir. He doesn't take them as just I'm going to accept the Hadith, because the Prophet there's different ideas of contradictory Hadith. There's Hadith that the Prophet did one time to show you that it wasn't mcru the Prophet size him did certain practices and

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then he left them. I mean, those are all that's all but it makes life interesting diversity.

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The southern

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Yeah, that I'm going to go into southern when I get there, but some of them consider practicing Medina, we'll get we'll we'll do that. I'll do that.

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The Maliki's definitely do it louder, like, you know, if you're in Morocco, if you're in Mauritania, and then you think about the immortality. It's like, you know, the moms is a lower kebab. And then they start going because the most the Maliki's have established a Nia right at that time. So some of them take a little longer to get there, Nia and you're supposed to have Hulu and the Maliki FOCA has said you should preferably at least have it because you have to have it for at least a moment in your prayer that you try to get it at the outset. So you'll hear people kind of along like bar a lot like bar alike. But so it can actually be a little disconcerting, because they do do that and they

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say it out loud. They don't say it softly. So, but you know, generally it's it's just audible. So Allahu Akbar. You know, if you're in a place where people are not used to monarchies, people, you know, they get bothered by it. So it's just better not to bother people, but you should at least say it so it's audible to yourself. And then when you go into Roku, right, it's down now that this the according to the Maliki's, you should not lock your knees. There should be a slight Nosferatu roaccutane there should be a slight

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you know, the knees should be slightly they shouldn't be locked. They should be slightly. You know, some I mean, I I've seen a lot of, you know, I had one

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Teacher that did that, like he was like, but he was older. And I don't know if he did that for that reason, but and then this should be

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straight. And then you know, the eyes are just down there. Okay. So that's little cool.

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Yeah, he mentioned that. We'll get to that. So a lot of these questions will be answered as we go through this.

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And then rising from prostration to the sitting position, saying the final Salaam wants to exit the prayer. So it's pronounced us

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the Maddox have a slight turning to the right. acetamide a comb. And that's it one time, and I'll get to the,

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the,

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the, again, this is this the, the, the practice of the people in Deena in, in in Imam tirmidhi collection, there's a hadith that I should said if the Prophet left a prayer he did it with one Salaam, and Ayesha related that Hadith the Hadith is not as strong as the Hadith that says that he did it with to, in in the shadow of the oval bucket have been at Adobe, he mentioned a sound narration from zuri, who's one of the biggest onomah in Medina from the tablet mean who studied with countless Sahaba and took Hadith from the greatest Sahaba. So in Monza, who's the teacher of mathematics Ah, man wants to pray in the masjid of the Prophet and he said settlement twice. He went

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up to him and he said, Where do you get that second Salaam from? Which shows you they weren't doing it in Medina, right. I mean, the proofs for Maddox prayer are very strong.

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So he said, where'd you get that paraffin? And he said, I got it from so and so from from, so and so from even a Massoud.

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He said, I've never heard that. And the man said to him, Do you know the whole of all the heavy? He said, No. He said, you know, two thirds. He said, No. He said, you know, half he said, Yes. And so the man said, put it in the half you don't know.

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So he loves that he laughed.

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But the truth is, proof is stronger, according to the molecules. Because even though it Massoud relates that Howdy, are you going to disregard the prac that the inherited practice of all of these people for a solitary Hadees? That's you have to understand that the way Malik's thinking and it's not his thinking this is the School of the people of Medina. He's just the spokesman for the school who becomes the dominance but this is not his opinion.

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Well, he definitely the elevate were in Medina, they aim ematic lived under the Mohammed FC as a key as revolution for 18 months. He never took bear with him but he lived under his authority. And so there were a lot of the Allen bait there. And the mo Matic relates Hadees from Jaffa Rosada, who's pretty much the you know, the fapy of the Allen bait.

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And, you know, he had immense love and respect for the debate. I mean, he he forgave the governor Java when he

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when he had him beaten publicly he forgave him just because he said that he was from the family of the Prophet he said every time the man raised the whip to beat him he said along with Phil Jaffa, you know, May Allah forgive Jaffa for doing this. So

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and then sitting for the final Salaam, the performance of these acts in proper sequence of the foundations, standing fully erect,

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maintaining composure at points of stillness throughout the prayer. So that is a fault. what's called doormat, Nina, Nina means you have to come to a stillness. You can't like you'll see a lot of people do this in their prayers. They go like this and then they go that they just do the ruku and they come. There's no point of need. You have to have to menina it. It doesn't there's no specific time. I mean, the Sunnah is to say three times what you say in those positions. There's no specific time, but if you go down into ruku, there has to be Sakina. So if you go down, you know Allahu Akbar.

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There has to be that stillness. If there's not then it's you've you've missed a fall from that and that's why the man who prayed and the Prophet he came back he said slightly fitting again until Sunday either sort of indicate him to study go repeat your prayer because you didn't pray he was praying too fast.

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And then

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following the moment both the tech bit of consecration the final song so you cannot go before the Imam with the tech Veera and you can't leave the prayer before the mountain if you do the person valid.

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Yeah, then your prayer is valid you just wait till he says Salaam and then you say Salaam

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if you do it, I mean there should be some lag time you should not do it but it's valid if as long as you're you do not do proceed the Imam and you know in the humbling madhhab, both Saddam's are wajib. So horos

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muster habits good to get out of a hit off like that whenever you have a fourth type keylab it's better to so if you're praying with the mom, you should wait till he says the second Salaam you shouldn't go and the Monique is he only says one Salam. But if you're praying in a place where they do say the two because if he's Hambali, as far as he's concerned, his prayer is invalid without that second so that's the hotel not the first one on the second gets him out of the prayer. So if you go out before he does according to his need Yeah, you know, even though it's technically correct in the maleki you know, it's there's there's a problem so it's better to wait till he the second Amman goes

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out.

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It's if the man says a salaam aleikum, you wait because the humbly like in the harem. Those imams believe that they're getting out with the second Salah not with the first so if you if you go out with the first one technically, he's still in his prayer, and you're out. So your prayers really invalid.

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So it's just better to wait till he finishes if he's Hanafi that they're out with the first the seconds of Sunnah. And same with the Shafi but in the humbly The second is watching.

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And then making the intention to follow the Imam if your lead. So if you're a mom, you do not have to make the intention to be a mom unless it's Joomla. Or like janessa. There are certain prayers. I think he covers those later. But so so if you, but if you're on the moon, if you're following you should make the intention of following because your prayer is actually the prayer of the Imams. That's why it's encouraged to put the best people forward for the Imam.

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Yeah, if the data is there, both the same. Yeah, Doctor dB, you can also do what's called moi's at which which, if the person is somebody you don't feel like

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you should be praying behind them for whatever reason you have doubt about them, you can do if it's gonna look bad for you to leave, you can do more as that with the Imam you can in other words, you follow his motions, but your Nia is to pray on your own, that's permitted to do that.

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It's kind of like dystopia, but it is it's really for the for loop. So you don't upset people and why didn't you pray behind the Imam, you know, well, you didn't have a beard and I didn't feel comfortable with it. Because that's a valid reason not to pray according to the monarchies.

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You know, if the mom doesn't have a beard, and there's an opinion nowadays, I personally would not follow that. Because there's so many people without beards, but during the time they were writing these books, to not have a beard was like, you were pretty much a bad person. You know, I really, I mean, that's, that was true. Whereas now it's not true anymore. It's just like women that don't wear hijab, in the earlier period, it's pretty much like, I mean, she would have been the lowest of the low, you know, deemed like a fallen woman. Whereas now there's a lot of virtuous women that don't worry so you can't make those same you have to recognize the orphan the time you're living in

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because

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times change

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and then or of leading others as they're a mom in the fear prayer. So if you're doing sought out that how joining perhaps due to rain because it's permissible to join them due to rain in the masjid, so people don't have to, you know, trudge through the mud, the Juma prayer or replacing

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departing Imam during the pair so if you do is to laugh,

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then you should make the Nia, of taking over the prayer. So Emma is the flap is, I mean women don't have to worry about this but for the men, which is why the sun is to have the most knowledgeable people in the first prayer line, there's a reason for that. It's not like, you know, some kind of

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hierarchy or you know, it's it's literally so that if the Imam does lose his prayer, he can pull somebody that he's certain knows that I can like in Qatar, Bahama power and Machiavelli in the

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you know, he, the Imam lost his Moodle and he looked back and he saw really pious looking man, so he pulled him front and he said, stuff that a lot. I only need the prayer if I'm in will do.

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So you want knowledgeable people, at least he was knowledgeable enough to know that he should be in will do if you're gonna lead the prayer.

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And then the conditions of performance of the person who have shuttle these are the shuttle that precede the prayer. So facing the public is a sharp, you have to face the Qibla. Now in Maliki, I mentioned this, the Qibla is a jihad. It's not a it's not. I know Kava, it's a jihad.

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So

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a jihad is like this

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mineshaft, he says there's four agreed upon.

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So if you're praying, right, if you're here, and you're in the West, okay?

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According to the molecules, if you're in the West,

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in the Northern Hemisphere, you find the North Star, and you put the North Star to your left ear, and that's Qiblah. Poison molecules. It's as simple as that. So the basic direction from the US is just east. You know, the shaft is have anal carrabba. Not all of them, because Hema metaphysically rejected that position in the Yeah, he said, it's not reasonable. Mmm shout, Ronnie says it's the position of the it theme because people have not actually see the cabinet in front of them.

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And that's why they have Island cabinet. Now I can honestly say and this is a true story I was in in. I was in

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England, we were praying with Chef Abdullah bin Bay, and he said which ways Qibla and I said I'm pretty sure it's this way. And so we started the prayer. And then in the prayer, he turned like this. So we all turn with him. And then later somebody came and we check with the compass and it was the way he was praying. So I've seen that with.

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And I know also that there was a some people saying about the Qibla and Mauritania, more opera houses, some people came to pray and they and they didn't agree with his Qibla because in Mauritania, if you don't agree with the Qibla you have to pray the way you think is right. So somebody asked him about that. He said hum de la hora, you know, like Praise be to Allah I can see the Kaaba. So

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that's, I mean, I, those are, I'm not making those stories up. There's a famous story that I heard from living in about this

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Libyan man who was like, nobody took him seriously, you know, and he was

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he used to come to the prayer and everybody would like, you know, do their parabolic walk. And then like, halfway through the first rakats You know, he would do his Allahu Akbar. Like way after everybody else have gone in. So these guys got fed up with him and they said,

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Why do you always wait like till the mom's almost done with he said, Mashallah, you people are so much better than me. You get the Kaaba in front of you right away it takes

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or I can see it.

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So

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that's that. Anyway, the G has like that. So as long as you're praying, like this is East here is if you get within that you're in the Qibla. You don't have to worry. That is a valid Qibla for the Maliki's. According to one molecule opinion. As long as you're in 180 degrees. You're on the right

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hemisphere. it's valid. That's a valid opinion. So that and then there's the G hat. There's the G hat. That's West. And there's the G hat like those. Those are the four g hat. That's the mama. He did not do Turkey, which is why in the Maliki countries, you will see most of the massage at face, like the massage of Andrew sia, the early ones face do south. So the portal dimension goes do South because they just, they thought there was more south in the Qibla than East so they all just face do south. So the the mesh is in endrew cfaes Morocco.

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I don't know if you know about Patricia Chronos work the hacker rights, you know about the hacker rights. She developed a whole theory that the Muslims face Jerusalem until I've done Malik bin Marwan and then they turn the the Qibla to Mecca. And so the whole revelation, it's just, it was later Oh, my God put those verses in. And her whole theory is based on the fact that the early messages in Egypt face directly to Jerusalem. That's what she based the whole theory on. But it's the ignorance of the tradition. Because these people never studied real tradition, they, you know, that they study these hotels that are either the Arabs calling in the broad strokes of Islam, but

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they don't go deep into the tradition. They don't study the tax. They don't study with real Obama. And so they start, you know, they make all these assumptions that they have no knowledge about, and create these ridiculous theories that end up getting put into magazines like Atlantic Monthly, and people read these and actually take them seriously. It's the same with the so called homeruns that were found in Yemen, right? Do you remember that? these neurons that were different from the Quran that we read today, nobody in the history of Islam has ever denied variant readings,

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ever. None of the Otama denied variant readings. There's, there's readings that differ from the earth the earth manual Quran, even Massoud read with hepsia. So he has verses that are completely different from the other verses of the Quran that he had a reading even Masood, it's a shadow reading, but it's his reading. So he doesn't say Kosovan mentor, he says, He says castleville manhood and self care in elemental, because when he went to Iraq, and as a poet he word which means dyed wool. The Iraqis didn't have that word. The Arabs in Iraq didn't have that word. So he said it just means so. So he uses a Kosovan metaphors

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so that those readings are there, so you're gonna find variant readings, but it's it's utterly absurd this idea that we don't somehow know what the Quran is, and oh, the Muslims are going to be shocked when they find out there were varying readings. I mean, what what Muslim? I don't know any Muslim that studied basic, right? Yes, you you studied Ferrante Didn't they tell you about all the variant readings and the shad then? Right.

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Exactly.

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So anyway, that was my point about the masjids then when the later mannequins came to enter the car because the the first people that were in and the Rusia were following the meth habit

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and emammal Rosa he believed that you should follow

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it's actually really interesting stuff to me It might not be for you, but

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it's, it's pretty fascinating. The the Kaabah so here's the huddle as well broken allamani

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the hedgehog. Alright, the Kaaba is aligned to Sohail the stars to head

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and then these directions

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are aligned to the wind direction. So So this is called the boreal This is called the 11 tear. This is called the Zephyr and this is called the East the southernly you know in our in our tradition like most if you look on old maps, you know how they have the wind blowing in the you ever seen that on old maps? Yeah, because when was very important to know directions of when sailors have to know when and you know,

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doing that window It was also important for farming and things like that, depending on where because you don't want you know, if you do certain things like where the trees are where you lay the fields

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so people don't have when knowledge anymore but it used to be people were very aware of when and and they understood and that's why you had the you know, the bellwether, you know upon the to see which way the wind blows right people

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I used to be aware of all that they're not anymore. Now it's just when

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the Kaaba is actually a line to the winds, the four winds, and the wind system is one of the most interesting things on the planet. Because it is a proof of design. If you if you look at how the wind is working globally, it's an N. That's one of the things about what's happening now is these wind systems are being disrupted. So because of the imbalance on the planet, and so there's a relationship. Now, what's interesting about this, because this is about harmony, right? What's interesting about Suhail, right, this star here, so head, which is also called canopus. If you look up canopus,

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you can Google it, there's a there's a section on NASA, because canopus is to satellite positioning, what the North Star is to terrestrial navigation. It's called the North Star of the heavens. So all of the NASA when they when they do space travel, it's all based on canopus. It was very interesting, you know, that the celestial North Star, what you know, I mean, they actually say that, that this is the North Star of the heavens. And the fact that the Kaaba is aligned to the north star of the Celestial realm, because this is the most stable star.

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It's the closest star to our solar system that is stable, you know, from alignment point. So the the, all the the satellites that are circling the earth are aligned to canopus. So this communication that's going up into the heavens is based on the alignment with canopus. And that's how st Abraham aligned it, according to my best to the rising of canopus on the southern horizon.

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Even out of he actually said, in the photo hat, that when canopus disappears from the horizon of Spain, Islam will leave Spain

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in the end the precession that occurred in 1492. So you can actually look that up. And he said that a few 100 years before that 400 years before that event?

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Well,

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yeah, exactly. I mean, you know, astrology is not

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factored in, or Razi, a lot of the ultimate they had talked about the celestial signs, just don't just leave it. But there's no doubt that there's a correlation we know where all the positioning of the stars were when the Prophet was born. And they all had to do a sad, sad and miserable sad episode was in the horizon. sad that that was in the top of the heaven. And so it was on the so the all the stars that relate to happiness were positioned on the day he was born in the three positions, because you have the you know, you have the, the the Nadir point, and then you have the stars that are setting and rising on the horizon. And they were all related to sadder and that's

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mentioned in all the books of you know, Sierra.

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Is there no benefit and even trying to figure out what exactly

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EMA Malik considered it a bit out, because he said, none of the Sahaba did that. And and he said, none of them brought an engineer.

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I mean, they actually mentioned that, that none of them brought a mathematician and they could have worked this stuff out. None of the early messages were built, which is why most of them have incorrect Qibla. If you start going into the messages with a GPS, it is create a massive fitna in the Muslim world, in Mauritania, if you pray the way we pray in America, in Mauritania, you'd be facing Algeria

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because that's the great circle from Mauritania. If you tell more taneous to face Algeria, they'll tell you, you're insane.

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So these are you know, I mean, the the Northeast Qibla is, you know, that it's a it's a it's an engineering issue. And it's considered they consider it, you know, loks a drone mech, this is a local drama route. Alright.

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A local drama route follows a compass direction. So if you set out from from here to Mecca, on a compass direction, which would be basically East southeast, I mean, you could work it out exactly what it is. If you stay on your company.

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point, if somebody watched you from space, they would see you going like this.

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But you would get to the point, you said you own enough in South Africa, you know that argument, you're praying to South Africa, that's only if you're praying by the great circle.

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But if you're praying looks dramatically, which is the G ha, it's the, it's the compass direction. And that was the direction that the early community understood was the compass direction. Now, if you pray the great circle, which is a constantly shifting lines, so there's no compass direction with great circle, when they say the great circle is northeast, it's not true. Because that compass bearing is constantly shifting. In the 19th century, steam liners did not use great circle, because they didn't have the types of tools that we have today. And they felt safer going the local drama route, even though it took them longer. And they knew how to do the great circle, but it was too

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easy to go off course, with the great circle route. So they didn't do it. With modern technology. It's easy to do it because you've got the GPS, the global positioning system. So the debate of this, I mean, most people you know, it's it's not a debate anymore. It's like, and I don't even make an issue. Trust me, because it's just a fitna, but we used to pray towards the east, East southeast, that was the pivot of the Americans, Muslims, including the slaves that came here from Africa, they and we know that because of the way they're buried,

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the that you know that and up till the 1970s. That's why everybody and then somebody wrote an article. He was an engineer, and he said, it's quicker to go over the North Pole, to get to Mecca, which is the way airplanes fly. So that you know, the rest is history. There were a lot of fitness or a lot of fighting and messages, you know, so they created this fitness. Now they say, Oh, don't bring it up. Because you'll make a fitna.

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Well, gee, what do you guys do back in the 70s?

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You know, so there were there were messages that split. People don't know this history in America, there was a message in San Francisco, half the Jemma, I prayed northeast, the other half prayed East southeast, I was in San Francisco for years. They had to separate humans.

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And there's still people that that face, East southeast and the kind of it's it's unfortunate, you know, but America is the only place where this is a real problem in other countries. And if you live in Florida, you're lucky because it's negligible. If you're in Texas, Florida, if you're in those Southern but when you start, if you get to California, we're facing almost due north, we're 18 degrees off north. So there's almost no, we're past the 90 degree point. So it becomes a problem.

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Unless you take that second position, which is pretty much what chef

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Muhammad Hassan would do said, you know, to just do take that second position. Anyway, this is a med happy lab, you know, and, and it's, I had somebody do, who's a PhD from Stanford, in engineering, he did a study for me, because I you know, I just

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find out which ways the Qibla Is it is it looks drama, or great circle. And, and Ozma knows him is my end.

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Use of his mind. He wrote a paper which I have I never published it, because, you know, I just didn't want to, but he he came to the conclusion that

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he was just bewildered by it. Because he said both.

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Each one has its proofs, you know, to do it, and they're both valid ways of determining direction. And, and they're still used, both of them are used, like geographers use local drama grounds, which is why maps are based on you know, those directions that you know, they're not based on grade circle.

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Pilots, and I've asked several pilots,

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which way is mech I've asked several times, in fact, I was actually

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FBI came to my house after 911 because I'd asked that question.

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So one of the pilots reported me, you know, they probably asked him, was there any suspicious behavior? And so they actually came to my house to talk to me about why I asked the pilot which way it was Mecca.

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But I did a survey for a while, I used to ask all the pilots that which way was Mecca, you know, and they would always say, East southeast, and then I'd say what about the great circle route, and they would say, you know, if you want a direction, then I would go east southeast, but but if you want to get there, quicker, you know that that's the way you'd go by

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It's not a it's not you're going to be, you know, constantly shifting your direction. So most of the pilots I talked to and you know, I, a Saudi pilot said told me, you know, he just said, That's crazy. Now I'll tell you something really interesting about this country, the Jews in this country, build their synagogues to Jerusalem, you know which way they face,

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East southeast. And I asked you about that and he said, Well, we've got this fanatic group that's claims it's over the North Pole. But we just consider that a little obsessional. I mean, that's literally what he told me that it was just like anal retentive to use 40 in terms you know, it's that thing of worshipping science. But anyway, don't make this an issue because not issue with me. You know, I'm sorry that it was never really discussed. At a at a high level, it was just everybody makes an assumption, as har gave a fatwa that it's north.

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East, there were two dissenting odema on that fatwa. So that's kind of not mentioned that there were other men that weren't convinced by it. Do you know, ciao, bella, and beja is not convinced by it, he studied both sides of the argument, he prefers that that it's, it's a simpler because the Shetty as omiya. It's a simple shediac It's not complicated. There's nothing in our shediac that necessitates learning higher mathematics, nothing.

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And the only way you could determine the Qibla, by great circle is by having a very serious level of knowledge. Because there's no way you could do that without knowing how to, you know, it's basically I mean, it's spherical trigonometry, but it's really done with calculus. I mean, those are logarithms that are used now. So

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well, if you're facing our Qibla, right, you're you're almost due north. Do you see what I mean?

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Because the G high is only 90 degrees. And and you're almost out, you're not out of it. But you're, it's so close to North, that you're actually you're far more north than you are east.

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No, you determine it based on on where you are in relation to the Kaaba.

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So if you're in the if you're in the West, it's east, if you're in the north, it's south, if you're in the south, it's it's north, if you're in the east, it's West, that's Qibla. So if you're facing almost due north, you're, you know, if you and I prayed in the same room, and you're praying the Qibla

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of North, you're going to be facing that direction, I'm going to be facing this direction. That's a huge difference.

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That's not like like in Florida, you're going to be here and I'm going to be here, it's very slight, you know, even even here, it's not going to be as much but when you know it will, because this is probably about 17 degrees off north from here. Anyway.

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The province is and I've said, you know, my son could let her know, whoever faces our kryptos to Mecca, we all agree on that. How we get to Mecca, you know it, you're gonna take great circle or local drama, they'll both get you there. My prayer doesn't fly by United Airlines. So I'm not really worried about you know, that aspect of it. It's, to me, it's, it's a very weird,

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you know, it's this whole, let's make Islam scientific. And, you know, let's be modern people. And I just, I like the fitrah of four directions. It's the way Allah created us. You know, I don't really need to think about shortest direction and all this

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stuff. But anyway, I usually don't go into this. I'm sorry that I went into it.

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But just so you know.

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So, you know, the whole point of this was just to tell you that he considered that you should pray based on the walls of the Kaaba. And this was an early position. So depending on where you were in the earth, you prayed to the wall. So if you were here, you didn't face the Kaaba like that you face the wall that extended out. So he saw it more as a horizontal than a vertical

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Qibla. The basic great circle is based on vertical that if you extended the cut, if you built the Kaabah up

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Up above, but above that it would show up in Canada in northeast. But that's oza. He saw it as a horizontal because you were on the earth and we're facing Kaaba, that you're not facing a celestial phenomenon. You're facing a terrestrial. And so he saw the Kaaba as extending out. Instead of going up like that, for our Qibla. You understand?

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Only at Kaaba because the only time you pray Island conda is at the Kaaba, outside of Kaaba. You don't pray in circles. That's why you don't make a pose. Yeah, you pray in straight lines. So it's the circling of the square, which is a very interesting metaphysical

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phenomenon. Exactly. That's what religion is. It's the circling of the square.

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Because it's it's embracing paradox.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, there's a lot of these shout outs about the Kava. I mean, the reason we make the life counterclockwise

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is because the hearts on the left side, so the hearts inclined, the reason you write Arabic is because it's towards the heart, not away from the heart.

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Those those are all ishara. There's nothing you know.

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They're nice little

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things to think about. Anyway, isn't that interesting? I think it is.

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Yeah, because they've turned now it's all circles. You know, the the great circle makes everybody praying in circles around the Kaaba. But that's not the way it's supposed to be. It's supposed to be circles at the Kaaba and squares around the Kaaba.

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Yeah, so it's the circling is the squaring of the circle.

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Yeah, but they've circled the square.

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assigning the end of time.

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Engineer, according to him and sitting in his dream book, if you see an engineer in a dream, he said, it means the end of the world.

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Horrible a moron. What a moron or Hara he said. It's the civilization of destruction and the destruction of civilization.

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And this was something that was really troubled them. See, that's why I think the it's not weapons of mass destruction. That's the problem. It's weapons of mass instruction. Because all of the madness has come from higher mathematics.

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No, seriously, the biosphere? I mean, all this stuff that they've enabled to do this is from delving into this stuff still, like in Split atoms.

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And if you look him up, as it says, a thermocouple hands This is maharana. I mean, he actually says that, to go too deeply into the sciences is is prohibited. Yeah.

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You end up with nuclear bombs. And you don't need it. You don't need it. It's obsessional. You know, they're obsessed about things that they should be obsessed about other things.

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It's it's perverted. You know, Muslims always use science to enhance life. So everything they did, it was all about enhancing life and making things more beautiful. They use their sciences, all destructive. 80% of their scientists are working in armaments. 80% of this country science. JOHN Carroll wrote a book called The House of war. That's what he called America, the house of war. He knows nothing about Islam, the house of war, translate that into Arabic, Donald help, which is exactly what the Islamic tradition It is amazing.

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It is amazing. There's lots of amazing things

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and that's one of them. But

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now don't go out saying I'm against science and I'm anti math and you know, people do that I'm not sciences as part of Islam and Muslims had great science and but

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you know, this is just a weird thing to me and Mashallah, it's, for whatever reasons, it is what it is, and I'm not going to go out and on a crusade about this or a jihad or whatever, whoops, I use Crusade, crusade.

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Right? No, I there's no balance, exactly like our animal always learned the humanities before they learn the sciences. And that's the way it should be even even the really great people of this culture have recognized that

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Like Louis you know lives of a cell the biologist, his his undergraduate was in literature and he said everybody who does science has to do humanities as a prerequisite because he said their science will be inhumane if they don't.

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Yeah, which is what literature does it helps you see the grades in life it's a good point.

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So conditions of the parent facing the favor that's how we got off on that face in the paper that it should be a lot easier than it is but I mean, look, don't pray with people that's my it's permissible to do tuck lead of a hot rod if you come into a thing so just pray with people don't Don't you know, I wouldn't we're in the we're in the Jihad inshallah.

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So that's, that's my position.

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Anyway,

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in my house, I pray East I mean, that's what I pray in my house.

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I mean, there's even a book about Islam in America called facing east.

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They should have changed it say facing north, and then everybody would scratch their heads isn't Mecca in the East? Well, great circle, oh, what's great circle.

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And then covering and then being free of habit. So you have a habit and habit. So body clothing and place of prayer. So your body has to be free of habit. Unless it's a small, you know, it's that hamlet of Buffalo, like that about a 50 cent piece of something. If you can't, you know, if you can't, it's gonna be difficult to get it off or something like that. And then clothing, place of prayer should be clean, covering one's nakedness as a condition and then ritual purity being in a state of will do or hustle from above. The first three conditions only apply when one remembers them so facing to break free of impurities and covering one's nakedness. If you forget, like a woman, she

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might have her hair, you know, in my lucky the hair, we're gonna get into this on nakedness. It's actually the next ones all wait. So anyway, covering ones nakedness, ritual and purity. First three, apply when one remembers them or one has the ability to fulfill them. So if you don't have the ability to fulfill them, it's not an obligation. As for the last

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condition

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of ritual purity without it prayer is invalid and unlawful. And I would say about nakedness. There is a laugh about that if it's our mohalla, which we're going to go into now. All right. So it is recommended that one who forgets or is unable to perform these conditions should repeat the prayer in the respect of time. So it's been Dube. If a woman for instance, prays without a headscarf. It's been good for her to repeat the prayer but the prayers valid because that the hair is out on wafaa it's a it's not obscene. It's not obscene nakedness.

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It's light.

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If she forgets, you know, I mean, she's supposed to cover ahead if she doesn't, you know, it's still valid. Even if she didn't forget it's still valid.

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And for free women, okay for men between the navel and the knee, which means it does not include the navel and it does not include the knee. Alright, so the Moloch is a little more lenient on that. So that's why, you know,

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in Syria when they go swimming, they say animate heavily magmatic You know, we're gonna go on

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madhhab cuz you can wear the shorts.

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And then there is an opinion that it's actually a so a tan, which is basically what Aboriginal people follow there on that opinion, that it's basically just the genitals and the anus that are extreme, obscene nakedness. So in the Maliki, if you pray with this covered your purse valid, all right for nakedness, but it's men do Bobby see to cover

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your

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nose just above the knee.

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And then for free women the entire body except the hands up to the wrists. So the hand is not naked, the face the coin, the magnetic which is the area of will do that you do will do in

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and then

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The

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the bottom of the feet. So the top of the feet and maddix madhhab are considered to be our unlikable honey federal Delano that you know, and I would say it depends on the woman's feet.

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I mean, they have women that make money off their feet and hands, they put them in, like,

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you know, that have jewelry?

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Yeah, they have, you know, so there are people, some people have really beautiful hands, the other people have really ugly ones.

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But there is people are attracted to those things. So it's not like a made up thing. It's a real thing. And in cultures that have a lot of covering those things become,

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you know, they become points like in Saudi Arabia, an ankle is a serious thing. Like the men take ankles very seriously. I'm not making this up. And this is real. So in our culture here, I mean, somebody pretty much have to go out naked, excite any interest. Do you know?

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Ya know, exactly. And he made love for exactly. And he came to the prophet and he's like, I I lost my fast they said would you do and he told her, he said, I saw her ankle and I just, and the Prophet laughs

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and then you tell him to fast two months, he said, Yeah, so I couldn't even make it

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on the feed.

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What is so and then in the case of the chest, or the hair being exposed during an obligatory parent, one of the limbs, then it is recommended to repeat as long as the time for the prayer is still in and is permissible pray if she did not repeat the prayer. So for a woman, the hour more hatha was which is the the outer the nakedness, that is light is everything, but the hands, the bottoms of the feet, so she goes into so she can cover her, you know, my wife usually puts the carpet over.

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So it just depends on how what you do. But the bottom is not nakedness. So if you

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enter in your face, but the outer Mohan lava is just below the breasts to the knee. Right? So if she exposes any of that, she doesn't have to repeat the prayer if she repeats it. It's it's mandatory for her to do that. All right. If she doesn't, though, the prayer is valid.

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And that's why a woman can show the breast to other women if she's

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because not considered the mohalla for men.

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The below the knee? Yeah. Uh huh.

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What do you mean?

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Well, no, I mean, that relates to what they call like fat in a you know, some of the elements say of a woman in her face is so beautiful, she has to cover it. Yeah. And those, those are opinions. The the applicability of them I find really difficult because women differ and people are attracted to different things I mean, the oma have these kind of, that's one of the things that I just find really hard to see where it becomes applicable. I once however, was in a airport, and everybody just stopped. And

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you know, I was kind of looking like why have it stopped and and I didn't know it but so I heard somebody say it's the Chanel girl.

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You know, and some girl walked by that, you know, is famous thing, but I think it was more celebrity that was stopping them than the beauty. You know, so

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I, you know, I mean there's the Santa Omar actually exiled a man because he was so beautiful. Because the women were all talking about them all the time. And they were two nuts, you know, by the guy. First he cut off his hair because he had long hair. And and it actually made him more beautiful. And then he just said, Get him out of here because I don't want fitna and Medina you know, so the women you know

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Men and women have those funny things.

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Yeah, no, I know. And that is an opinion about covering the face. Yeah, in terms of our, like with the maharam, it's encouraged that she where she can't, but her arms can be exposed to her Muharram and her hair. But if she's young and attractive, and he's young, then she should be dressing even if she's a mom, she should be dressing in front because even though mommy is like brother and sister, there's still it's there's a different, you know, there's, especially if they didn't grow up together, if they grew up together, it's gonna be different, but if they didn't, and they just have, like, I, my kids all have wet nurse, brothers and sisters, you know, so it just depends on on that.

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And then the conditions of its obligation are being free of menstrual or local blood, known by either gypsum, like secretion, so that it's kind of a whitish.

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I mean, women know that.

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That when the period ends,

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right.

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Only if it's more valuable, if it was the obscene then it should be repeated. It has to be repeated. If it was mahabhava. It doesn't need to be so if the hair came out, her scarf, like fell back, something like that. It doesn't have to be but it's men do to do it.

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Men do means you get a reward for doing it. There's no sin and not doing it.

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And then dryness. So a woman does not make up the days of Miss prayer due to blood and then the entrance of prayer time. So those are the conditions of its obligation, right. So you have,

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you know, shut open

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and then shut up. And we'll do

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so the entrance is sharp, would you once the time comes in? You're obliged to vine so we're at the stress sunan Sharla Colonia hamburger shut on the soccer record.